The current release is always attached to the OP of the module support thread. Usually versions from Urnyx05, Arnova8G2, and Wichaya work well on these devices. GCam 8.1 from BSG should work (either _ruler or _scan3d packages). You should check BSG page as newer versions may might be available. GCam 8.1 from BSG also works (either _ruler or _scan3d packages) free all flash file downloads. Reports in January 2023 say that LMC 8.4 and BSG 8.1 work on this phone. Both versions support configs, so follow the link to the configs on each download page to see if there’s a config for this phone.
- We have shared the official Poco F1 Stock ROM Firmware (Flash File) on this page.
- It getting Pie so soon is impressive, as only a few OEMs—HMD Global, Huawei, Sony, etc—have sent out any Pie updates at all.
- If you didn’t receive an update or you want a pre-rooted ROM for much more customizations then download this ROM.
- If you are facing any software error on your device or any other application issue, it means your phone needs to flash.
- Xiaomi launched MIUI 12 beta release days ago for many Mi devices as well as Redmi users in China.
Another reason why people seek custom ROMs is because of the extra features they offer. They also reduce bloatware that comes as a part of many manufacturer skins. While there are many custom ROMs out there, not all of them are stable enough to be used as your daily driver. The first fruit of Poco’s labors, the F1, was announced and positively received a couple of months ago. A kitchen-sink flagship this isn’t, but the correct corners were cut to reach the very affordable $300 price. The Poco F1 is blazing fast and lasts forever on a charge — two very important features in any smartphone.
Well, it seems as though the new build V12.0.2 is satisfactory enough as Xiaomi has today, released the Fastboot and Recovery builds of MIUI 12 for the Pocophone F1/Poco F1 to the public. But even with the new build, the rollout has been slow and countless users (1,2,3,4) have reported not receiving the MIUI 12 update on their Pocophone F1. Needless to say, the device caused quite the stir and remains rather popular even in 2020. It launched with Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box but has since been updated to Android 10. Pocophone F1 (Poco F1 for Indian users) was launched back in 2018 and spotted flagship specs for about a third of comparably spec’d devices.
Besides, there are even apps like TWRP Manager and Flashify available on Google Play Store to install recovery. Whereas on the front, it offers a 20-megapixel selfie camera.